The Asian Development Bank and GreenYellow Smart Solutions Vietnam last week inked a $13.8 million loan agreement for rooftop photovoltaic solar systems. Sébastien Prioux, CEO of GreenYellow Vietnam and Cambodia, talked to VIR’s Nguyen Thu about the company’s goals in the Vietnamese market and what it expects from upcoming policy.
The Asian Development Bank (ADB) has inked a $13.8 million loan agreement with GreenYellow Smart Solutions Vietnam to support the installation of rooftop photovoltaic (PV) solar systems in Vietnam.
GreenYellow, a French energy management company, has signed a deal to invest in a rooftop solar power project for New Wing Interconnect Technology Co., Ltd., a fully owned subsidiary of Foxconn Group.
GreenYellow Vietnam - a major player in the energy transition - recently acquired the Vietnamese subsidiary of Qair - French independent renewable energy producer refocusing on European, Brazilian, and African geographies - as well as its 70 per cent stake in Binh Dinh solar farm, a 49.5 MWp asset in operation in Binh Dinh province in Vietnam’s central coast.
Vietnam has committed to achieving net zero emissions by 2050 – a valuable but ambitious goal. Sébastien Prioux, country manager at GreenYellow for Vietnam and Cambodia, shares his assessment of how the country can achieve its goal as well as how his company plans to contribute to this.